Howard Johnson Clinton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We left Annapolis at 6 AM and drove almost straight through to Chapin, South Carolina, where Aunt Marisa and Uncle Jackson live. The boys spent about three hours riding scooters and bikes on the neighborhood roads, playing on the neighborhood pirate ship, and taking a walk to the local elementary school where ...
... later the procession followed the tractor with a flag draped coffin in the trailer. Traffic stopped on both sides of the road for the procession and people got out of their cars and put their hands over their hearts.
This morning we did everything we could to prepare for tomorrow. Tomorrow we leave for North Carolina and Smokey Mountains National Park. I have reservations for ...
... Columbia. The first stop was the State Museum. Triple A gave this museum a GEM. I'm not sure about the gem, I will give it three thumbs up. The exhibits rated highly in the Revolutionary War and Civil War sections.
Not far from the museum was the State House and a self guided tour. Construction was halted during the Civil War and Sherman hit the building with a few cannon balls. The location of the strikes are marked with stars on ...
... had an on line meeting with Brothers Nick and Dan in Santa Barbara. We usually do this every other week, but I have missed a few while traveling. After the meeting we fired up the BBQ and enjoyed some local corn.
On Sunday, the trip was to Cowpens National Battlefield and a personal tour. Yes, once again, we were the only ones on the tour. Our guide was Ranger Correll ...
... the Walnut Grove Plantation. This is the Colonial and Revolutionary era home of the Moore family. It's been restored and the grounds are pristine. We were the only ones on the 11 am tour and what a tour it was. Our guide is a serious student of the local history, US history and world history. When we arrived he was reading a history book. We were treated to a full hour of local lore, battle ...